Dishtory is on World Storytelling Day…

(MENAFN- A Press Wire)
A grandmother and her granddaughter look at the family cookbook.

Featured on The Drew Barrymore Show and Better Homes & Gardens, Dishtory allows users to easily create and save audio recipes while preserving family traditions.

‘A recipe is a story that ends with a great meal,’ said author Pat Conroy. It creates a memory every time your family gets together. With Distory, we help families capture and preserve those memories.” – Dishtory co-founder Dan ZawiszaHOLLAND, OH, UNITED STATES, March 14, 2023 / / — Nothing tells a family’s story better than the meal they share and the meals they prepare together. Dishtory offers the perfect opportunity to capture the stories behind these dishes for world storytelling day and save them for future family gatherings.

Dishtory allows users to record, record and share the recipes of family members in their own voice so they can create, plate and arrange homemade creations with the people who matter most. The application can be downloaded for free from Google Play or the App Store.

Nationally recognized World Storytelling Day, celebrated on March 20 this year, is a call to action to tell tails, spin threads and share what happened. Dishtory allows users to capture the stories behind family meals and store them for posterity.

“It was legendary author Pat Conroy who said, ‘A recipe is a story that ends with a great meal,'” says Dan Zawisza, co-founder of Dishtory. “And we believe that’s true. Every time your family gets together, whether it’s a holiday celebration or a Sunday dinner, it creates a memory. With Dishtory, we hope to help families capture those memories and preserve them for generations to come.”

Recently featured on The Drew Barrymore Show and on the pages of Better Homes & Gardens, Dishtory has users in more than 15 countries around the world. “This will be our new emotional Christmas gift this season,” Better Homes said. & Gardens. “Even if she can’t tell me the recipe, it’s comforting to know that I can make Grandma’s famous Christmas Eve meatballs.”

“From a love of food and family, we were motivated to create this recipe logging app that gives everyone the opportunity to bring their family cookbooks to life,” says co-founder Chris Kozak. “The Dishtory app captures the inherent personality and nuances of special meals to replicate those memorable, meaningful family meals. It also helps continue holiday traditions and make beloved dishes a sonorous heirloom for generations to come.”

Dishtory’s easy-to-use interface allows users of all ages and life stages to quickly navigate and create audio recipes for generations to come without any complicated instructions or tutorials. Unlike written recipe cards, audio heirlooms crafted in Dishtory are eternal, can be shared instantly, and bring the voice of a distant, separated, or disconnected loved one back to life.

The inspiration for the Dishtory app started with a conversation between Zawisza and her mother. Zawisza, who wanted to share the cookies she remembered from her youth with her own family, wanted to get the cookie recipe for herself. After playing a phone game, she called him back and left a voicemail explaining how he made the cookies – that’s when the concept of Dishtory was born.

“After listening to the voicemail, I thought to myself, I’m going to use this recipe now for the rest of my life and in my mother’s voice,” Zawisza said. “I thought this was a really cool thing and wanted to give everyone the ability to share the same experience.”

“With smartphone technology, we saw an opportunity for innovation and a way to always have valuable family recipes close at hand,” Kozak said. user-friendly layout that everyone can access.”

Distory gives users the ability to preserve family memories through a safe, intimate and enjoyable experience; presents the stories, subtleties and sensuality behind each dish, as told by the primary source; takes you to your grandma’s house so that the family culture and legacy lives on in the kitchens of future generations.

About Distory
Dishtory was started in 2021 by Co-Founders Chris Kozak and Dan Zawisza to help families create, capture and preserve audio memories of family recipes. The application can be downloaded via Google Play or the App Store. Join the Distory community on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn.

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